Konstfack is Swedens largest university of arts, crafts and design and has since 1844 educated artist, designers, crafters and teachers of tomorrow. All our training is based on artistic grounds and we have today around 900 students and 200 employees.
Iaspis is the Swedish Arts Grants Committee's International Program, supporting international exchange for practitioners in the areas of visual art, design, craft and architecture.
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LECTURE • October 2 18.00-19.00
About: Lecture by curator Hélène Bremer, an independent Dutch art historian and curator arranged by Konstfack and Iaspis. She curates exhibitions with contemporary art in historic houses throughout Europe. These exhibitions are called ‘trans-historic’: they connect the present with the past and link contemporary art and craft with heritage.
Address: LM Ericssons väg 14, Stockholm, in the Mandelgren room
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EXHIBITION • October 2, 09.00-16.00, October 4, 13.00-17.00, October 5, 09.00-16.30October 5, 09.00-16.00
About:
Masterstudents from Craft activate surprising collaborations co/ Uglycute. The students at Konstfack/CRAFT work, as part of their education, making things by hand. What kind of making is produced in these different institutions? What knowledge is produced and disseminated? Hand-making as therapy or punishment? What does it mean to make by hand today?
Address: Uglycute, Kvarngatan 14, Stockholm
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OM HÉLÈNE BREMER
Hélène Bremer, Holland, är konsthistoriker och curator. Hon sätter samman utställningar med samtida konst i historiska hus, i hela Europa. Dessa utställningar kallas "transhistoriska" eftersom de förbinder nutiden med det förflutna och kopplar samtida konst och hantverk till arv.
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